Bride and Prejudice: Forbidden Love premieres February 26th on Lifetime with Pastor Calvin Roberson and couples like Blair and Chris. The show is based around three couples from Atlanta Georgia that want get married but their families don’t approve.
Bride and Prejudice: Forbidden Love – Who Will Get Married at the End of the Season?
The premise of Bride and Prejudice is that the Lifetime viewer will follow the lives and struggles for these three couples.
At the end of the season, we will get to see which couples get married and which ones decide to cave into family pressure and call it quit.
Bride and Prejudice has moved from the FYI network to the Lifetime channel and is technically in it’s second season, however the network is promoting it as a series premiere. It is based off an Australian dating show with the same name and premise.
Bride and Prejudice: Forbidden Love – Meet Blair and Chris
Chris and Blair are a mixed race couple. Chis is part North Korean and has tattoos. Blair’s mother is not a fan of Blair’s fiance as she thinks he’s a “bad boy”. Bride and Prejudice will deal with controversial racial issues including Blair and Chris’ potential children and whether the families will accept mixed race grandchildren.
Willi & Cameron Have Religious Differences
Cameron and Will are an Atlanta couple from different religious backgrounds. Cameron’s family is Christian and Willi’s family is Jewish. Willi’s family puts pressure on Cameron to convert to Judaism before getting engaged and later married.
Bride and Prejudice: Kiandria & Kareem Have a Large Age Gap
Since Kareem is much younger than Kiandria, there is a pretty large maturity gap. Plus, Kiandria has a six-year old son. Both of their families think that Kareem is too young to help parent her child. When the BAP: Forbidden Love season ends, will they get married despite their difference in age and maturity levels?
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